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Grateful Dead Live at Hartford Civic Center on 1980-05-10

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Grateful Dead Live at Hartford Civic Center on 1980-05-10




Set 1:
01 crowd & tuning
02 Minglewood
03 Peggy O
04 Mexicali Blues >
05 El Paso
06 Althea
07 Passenger
08 Far From Me
09 Lost Sailor >
10 Saint of Circumstance >
11 Deal

Set 2:
01 crowd & tuning
02 China Cat Sunflower >
03 I Know You Rider
04 crowd & tuning
05 Feel Like a Stranger >
06 Comes a Time >
07 Estimated Prophet >
08 He's Gone >
09 Uncle John's Band >
10 Drums >
11 Space >
12 Not Fade Away >
13 Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
01 Alabama Getaway >
02 One More Saturday Night


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Hartford Civic Center
Location Hartford, CT

Source Three Nakamichi CM-300's > patched thru Nakamichi 550 > Sony TC-D5
Lineage MAC > CD (likely equipment: Nakamichi Dragon > HHB CDR burner) > EAC > WavMerge > Soundforge > CD-Wave > TLH > FLAC
Taped by Jim Wise
Transferred by Andrew F.

Notes

Notes:

Mics on a stand, next to the soundboard.

This is from the same MAC that became ShnID-7559, but is an upgrade to
that file-set as follows:
- One of the transfers in the lineage of 7559 was run way too hot, and
all the wav's ended up clipped and distorted. This seed is an excellent
transfer from the MAC and a major improvement in sound quality.
- This source does not have the drop-outs in He's Gone that are on 7559.
- The two tape flips in the second set have been patched with material
from Steve Rolfe's tape (ShnID-18158), so the second set is seamless.

Rolfe reports he was set up "right beside the soundboard on the left
side". As the same people can be heard yelling on both sources, it's
presumed that the tapers were set up very near to each other.

Patches from ShnID-18158 are located in: Passenger (crowd noise at end)
5:09 > 5:23, Estimated Prophet 9:12 > 9:21, Drums 8:39 > 8:47. WavMerge
and CD-Wave were used to combine and retrack the file set. Soundforge
was used to make fades, and to insert the patches. TLH was used for SBE
fix, lossless compression, and checksums. There are numerous fireworks
and loud explosions during the show. THANKS to Jim for the discs!

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Reviews

Reviewer: Sedula - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 11, 2010
Subject: Comes A Time
A great Stranger-->Comes A Time. I started seeing the Dead in '78 and had a tape of this when I was in high school. I was always jealous of the people that got to see this show, particulary because of the Comes A Time. I didn't see Comes A Time until the '85 breakout at The Greeks (6/14/85). Always one of my favorite Jerry ballads.
Reviewer: Wally Gator - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 11, 2010
Subject: HOT, capital H,O,T.
I had some recording of this show from a while back and always figured it was a good show but I never heard it as good as this version. If you don't put this version of this show in your top whatever, I'll never talk to you again.

Sincerley,
Your Old Friend
Reviewer: gaZeebo - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 21, 2008
Subject: best aud of the bunch
watch out for the firecrackers people!

a favorite comes a time comes out of an unlikely place - the feel like a stranger jam
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